“Soon everything will be now”

A production about the present and the most important moments.

For the little ones, time is associated with an intense focus on the present. The ability to empathize is exuberant, life has just begun, and their quirky questions and wonderings contain everything from everyday considerations to some of human’s most fundamental questions: What are we doing here? What are we suppose to be doing here? What’s the point of it all?

 “The little ones often experience the theater for the very first time. They do not distinguish between theater and reality. The two worlds flow together, and in this marvelous borderland I meet them.”

– Theater manager Mette Rosleff

“Soon everything will be now” is a co-production between Teater Refleksion and Teater MY.

Performer                        Mette Rosleff & Sigurd Dissing

Director                            Nina Kareis

Consultant                       Bjarne Sandborg      

Manuscript                      Mette Rosleff      

Set design, dolls                                                                                                                                                                and objects                     Sigurd Dissing        

Composer                        Pete Livingstone

Light                                 Morten Ladefoged                

Sound                               Morten Meilvang Laursen                    

Workshop                        William Højbjerg    

Age group                   2-5 years and adults

Duration                      Approx. 30 minutes

Technical                                                                                                                                                          requirements              220V

Space                                                                                                                                                                 requirements               W: 7m x L:7m x H:2,75m

Black out                      Yes

Audience                      50 people

The production is supported by Statens Kunstfond, Aarhus Kommune and Wilhelm Hansen Fonden.